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Bark & Wine, Free Cheeseburgers, and Garlic Knots in Today's Eater's Digest

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Bark & Wine
Saturday November 6th Valley Dogs and Su Vino Winery in Scottsdale will be hosting it's 2nd annual Bark & Wine event to help raise money for the no-kill rescue  organization.  The event will feature a wine tasting, food, a silent auction, and puppies to pet and play with. Tickets are $25 per person in advance and $30 per person the day of the event. Click here to learn more about Valley Dogs, purchase tickets or maybe even find a new best friend.

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Yep, Free Cheeseburgers.
Wednesday is about to get awesome. Tomorrow make the trek to Gilbert and score your free lunch courtesy of Joe's Farm Grill. From 10 a.m until 3 p.m. Joe's want to show just how much they appreciate you making 2010 a successful year for them by buying you a cheeseburger complete with fries and a drink(tea, water or soda). As long as you are in line by 3 p.m. they will feed you! Only one cheeseburger per person.

Please note that Joe's Farm Grill will not be serving breakfast or dinner Wednesday November 3rd.

Garlic Knots
We are huge fans of the White on Rice Couple's blog and we are also suckers for homemade bread. Serve these Garlic Knots up with your favorite pasta dish or make a batch and eat them like popcorn while watching a terrible romantic comedy in your pajamas. Whatever you do, make sure you enjoy every carbtastic, buttery bite. 

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